Robert Half Finance & Accounting Associate Director - Global Consulting Firm in San Francisco, California
Associate Director - Global Consulting Firm For consideration, please email your resume to: email@example.com Our client, a consulting firm with offices throughout the globe is seeking an Associate Director to join their team. Associate Directors are responsible for the lead role in maintaining primary contact with significant clients and for maintaining client satisfaction on all client work. In addition they are responsible for developing existing engagement opportunities, playing significant roles in developing new clients, and establishing relationships within the business community. Associate Directors maintain overall responsibility for the profitability of all client related work within their portfolio as well as managing the profitability of these portfolios.
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Req ID: 00412-9501193366
Functional Role: Accounting Supervisor/Mgr/Dir
City: San Francisco
Postal Code: 94111
Requirements: General Knowledge Skills
Deep knowledge of bank and/or credit-related regulatory requirements, specifically related to consumer compliance regulations (e.g., Federal Reserve regulations, Fair Lending, Privacy, etc.), and industry "best practices" for compliance programs in larger banking or consumer lending organizations.
Must be able to handle highly confidential information in a strictly professional manner.
Prior management and direct supervisory experience in a team environment.
Self-starter and can operate independently as needed.
A high threshold for ambiguity and lack of structure and process during early phases of engagements.
Creative and logical problem-solving abilities.
Excellent leadership, interpersonal, and team building skills.
Advanced listening skills and written and verbal communications.
Ability to multi-task and maintain professional demeanor under pressure.
Strong project management and client relationship skills.
Proven business development proficiency.
Organization and time management expertise, mentoring and people development capabilities. Technical Knowledge Skills
Prior working knowledge of the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), US Patriot Act, Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC), and the Consumer Identification Program as well as relevant SEC rules and regulations governing the financial services industry.
Extensive knowledge of banking operations and products and the regulations affecting them.
Broad experience with providing client service, understanding the impact on the client given current regulations, offering recommendations to clients on policies and procedures, and assisting clients on becoming compliant, managing risks, and remaining cost effective.
Extensive experience in identifying potential sales opportunities with existing clients, demonstrating ability to add valuable and creative suggestions to the proposal development process, and recognizing risk with potential clients and advertising appropriately.
Deep understanding of how to evaluate compliance initiatives and determine risks throughout an organization.
Ability to mentor managers and consultants and uphold the dynamic team environment emphasized at Protiviti. Education Professional Credentials
Bachelor's degree in relevant discipline (e.g. Accounting/Finance or Economics) required.
9+ years in related field, preferably in banking or consumer lending compliance.
Professional Certifications such as CRCM (Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager), Certified Financial Services Auditor (CFSA), Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, or Commissioned Examiner strongly preferred.
"Big 4" experience strongly preferred.